SET 1: Polka Dot Rose, Oz is Ever Floating, Rubberneck Lions, Shadow of a Man, Owner of the World, Birthday Boys, Pseudo Suicide > Little Faces, Army's On Ecstasy, Wield the Spade > Mr. Oysterhead
ENCORE: Them Changes
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Review by Abe_Froman
It's fifteen years later, so there's that. The first time I listened I was a little turned off by Trey's over the top playing. It didn't sound cohesive, like a band listening to each other. On my second listen.....OH! that's what this band needs. I was also maybe not listening closely enough myself. Stuff like Owner of the World, Army's on E shows good band connection. I love Birthday Boys, especially that bluegrassy outro. Wield the Spade was cool. And Them Changes would make Jimi proud.
I was into Oysterhead in 01, but between us, I didn't really listen to much other than the album. I really enjoyed this show, and I'm looking forward to hearing some more down the road.